Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY has gotten relentlessly hammered during the first two weeks of 2020. J-Hole has received 126″ (10.5 FEET!) of snow thus far in 2020 making it the snowiest start to a year in the history of the ski resort.
“To put this month’s record-breaking snowfall to date (January 14) into perspective, we’ve compared some simple statistics below from Bridger Teton Avalanche’s historical data site. Take a gander at the historical tables below and try not to let your jaw hit the floor. Oh, and ask a local, who will undoubtedly tell you it’s definitely a January to remember!”
|JANUARY 1-14, RAYMER PLOT, 9,360′|
|YEAR||SNOW TOTAL||BASE DEPTH|
This table represents some of the higher snow years in recorded history, as well as a comparison to the previous two seasons. The total new snowfall has exceeded the previous record in 2000 by 20″!
This chart shows the detail of snow EVERY DAY IN JANUARY!